Area Forecast Discussion
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FXUS64 KLZK 220542 AAA

Area Forecast Discussion...Updated for Aviation
National Weather Service Little Rock AR
1240 AM CDT Mon May 22 2017

Showers in northeast Texas should reach far southern Arkansas by
morning. This includes the southern one to two rows of counties.
Small chances of showers will continue through Monday, with the vast
majority of prescipitation staying in Louisiana. Mainly high and mid
clouds will be noted across much of the region, with VFR conditions
expected. Winds will be east to northeast at 6 to 12 mph on
Monday. (46)

.PREV DISCUSSION...(ISSUED 249 PM CDT Sun May 21 2017)

SHORT TERM...Tonight Through Tuesday

Some lingering SHRA/TSRA continue across the far SERN counties early
this afternoon...while the rest of the CWA is seeing a mostly sunny
sky and dry/comfortable conditions. Will keep mention of SHRA/TSRA
across the far SE through this afternoon...then slowly decrease the
POPs tonight as drier air continues to filter into the state.

Most areas will remain dry for Mon as well...though some precip may
be seen across the SRN/SERN counties as an upper level disturbance
and SFC low lift NE...generally SE of the state during the daytime
hrs Mon. Chances for precip increase further north for Mon night and
through Tue as another upper level disturbance moves over the state.
A new cold front will be moving into the state Tue afternoon into
Tue evening...with chance POPs remaining.

LONG TERM...Tuesday Night Through Sunday

Long wave upr trof wl be swinging acrs the region at the start of
the PD. Rain chcs wl be diminishing from the west Tue ngt behind an
assocd CDFNT moving E of AR. Wrap-around moisture, assocd with the
main upr low, wl linger ovr the area into Wed, along with small
chances for a few showers/storms.

High pressure wl bld back into the Mid-South for the remainder of
the work week. Temps wl also moderate as upr heights incrs and south
winds return. A new storm system wl bring the next chance of rain to
the FA by next weekend as an assocd frontal bndry lingers in the


.LZK Watches/Warnings/Advisories...NONE.

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